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. they touch us for reasons we cannot articulate. i don't know why bobby touched me, his name was little devil but i never wanted to call him by that name. i think about his personality and that maybe the reason. he was 14 years old and had been abused, and was in foster placement with his hat -- aunt. i fell in love with him in the most proper, loving, in the most big sister way. i would say to him, with all the ignorance of the young social worker, i will always be here for you, always. always. it was a friday night, and i had gone on a string of disasters states, this was in the 1980's. we hooked up, but said we didn't. it was 2:00am and i was getting home. i lived in venice, california. the rent was affordable. but this was to in the morning. the house had a wraparound porch. i was walking up to my house, and there was a shadowy figure on the porch. i did what any concert -- god- fearing a young woman did. i reached for my can of mace, and i was prepared. i looked at the chateau -- shadow, and i heard the voice and knew it was bobby. with all the sensitivity of a new social worker i said,
the cia was underdy, tremendous pressure from the teo kennedy measures especially of bobby kennedy to get the term of ours was to get rid of castro. he was recruitedded as a spy for the agency. he was trained in demolition in france by cia officers. he was trained in secret writing, he was -- he was their greatest hope to assassinate he castro. >> and? >> wo he turned out to be a doun agent, peter. he was working for castro all along.h the cia did not know this, the n kennedys did not know this.reasb i proved this beyond rnltd. pve i have a sources from the cuban intelligence who saw documents in havana that proved this. there are declassified cia for documents that fbi me aadded assurance that he was a double agency.hi he k knew,ill therefore, not ony that the cia was trying to kill, castro, but that bobby kennedy i and jack kennedy were behind thm plotting. >> ask you meet with him?he >> i interviewed here in miami a few years ago. he shared some introspection with me. i asked him in particular, why did you want to meet bobby kennedy.er, he told the cia handle leer, who i interviewed, b
. >> she is the mother of 16-year-old bobby sartane. she and her best friend gunned down in east oakland just off high street sunday morning. >> i went to the morgue, or coroner i couldn't believe it's my daughter. picture i saw of her... they showed her quite a few times. >> witnesses tell me here in the 2600 block of menna avenue the girls were standing a car opened fire. bobby's mother says her daughter could be boys truss, but she was a good girl. >> i tried. i tried talking to her and nothing worked. >> jed came to the aid of the girls after they were shot. he says bobby was hit first, bullets piercing her face and back. she was lying here unresponsive, raquel, he says on the other side of the street shechl was shot, but she was still breathing. >> i stepped in and holding her hand. >> two memorials sit where two girls were hit by gunfire, friends and strangers asking, when will the violence end? >> it's sad someone would do something so careless, she's young. someone took her life before it started. >> bullet holes riddled a car. police only telling me this is an active investigati
book. >>> plus, bobbie thomas is around with things that make you go hmmm. >>> back on this funday monday. when she was nine years old, she landed a role on one of the most popular and beloved shows of all time, "little house on the prairie." >> today she's the host of her own business show on fox and author of "diary of a stage mother's daughter." >> first of all, congratulations. something good has come out of the makeup room all those hours. that's where you were writing this, right? >> that's right. i don't know if i can do this, i have two shows after this. this is the end of your day. >> that's all right. >> i read this, you gave it to me early. if you want a book that you can't put down, i mean whether you know melissa or not, it's an incredible page turner, it's wrenching, and it's also uplifting. it's about your relationship with your mom pretty much. >> it is, it is. it's a story i've kept private my whole life, my husband and friends were all shocked when they read the book. even from them they were completely shocked. it's something i held really close. >> why, hon? >>
up, louisiana governor bobby jindal says it's time for his party to stop, quote, being the stupid party. ed he urges the republicans to reject intellectualism. except jindal is teaching creationism in his public schools. >>> the fiscal cliff, how much room is the left willing to give president obama on entitlement reform? what is the breaking point? on issues like social security and medicare? the president may have found out today when he met with them, labor and progressive leaders. we'll talk to one of the people in that room. fascinating stuff coming up here. >>> yes, people are looking forward to 2016, and the name on everybody's list and lips is hillary clinton. the nomination will be hers if she wants it. who doesn't know that? >>> finally, think we're all coming together after the election? not in texas where 60,000 people have signed a petition to secede from the union. what else is new? one gop official down there even wrote a column asking for an amicable divorce from what he called the maggots who elected president obama. they won't quit. read my lips, by the way, no n
. a barrage of bullets killing bobby and raquel. they were killed over a violent weekend in oakland. the mother of bobby spoke for the first time since the tragedy to nick smith. >> my daughter was my life. >> reporter: she is the mother of bobby. she and her best friend were gunned down in a quiet part of east oakland early sunday morning. >> i went to the corner's office. i couldn't believe it. they shot her quite a few times. >> witnesses tell me that it was here that the girls were standing when a car came up the street and opened fire. bobby's mother that her daughter could be boisterous at times but she was good girl. >> i cried. i try to do everything. >> they came to the aid of the girls after they were shot. bobby was hit first. she was lying here unresponsive. raquel was on the other side of the street. she, too, was shot multiple times but she was still breathing. >> i stepped in and was holding her hand until the police showed up. >> now two memorials sit in the spot where the girls were hit. friends and strangers are asking the same question, when will the violence end.
, to rubio. >> bobbi jindal? paul ryan? >> but this is a beauty contest phase. it tells you nothing because the real decision will come when they decide on politics questions. you have already seen some push back against traditional republicans. they said, look, the problem was that we went with a moderate and did not get one of our own. that argument will come up over and over again. it will come up over immigration. there are some very strong people who are also going to fight. they have battles ahead of them. >> you have to be miss oklahoma before you can be miss america, charles. >> that is a very deep thought. >> i am loaded with them. >> i had not really contemplated it. you mean, christy who gave -- >> and don't go there. >> and chris christie is actually right now in quarantine. in about six months he will be ready to rejoin the race. one interesting about these candidates is there is not a stark ideological development -- division between them. there is not a single issue over which you go left or right. i think there is a consensus, what you start with ryan, rubio, jeb bush, jinda
-old bobbie sartain. no one knows what they were doing here in east oakland early sunday morning. but just before 6 a.m., bursts of gunfire, round after round, unloaded, hitting the girls and riddling nearby cars. a friend of raquel's family who did not want to be identified said neighbors comforted the teens as they laid die. >> covering them with blankets to make sure they were okay. holding her hand until the paramedics got here. >> she was my best friend. >> reporter: bobby's mother was still grieving her son's suicide, which happened a few months ago, when she found out about her daughter's murder. she said bobbie sartain left home saturday night and lied about where she was going. the next time she saw her was when she identified her body. >> i wonder why she lied to me. if you have children out there, be sure you know where they're at. >> reporter: police are still searching for answers in this case. they do not have any suspects and are asking the public for help that could lead to an arrest. the girls' families say finding the killers could be their only chance for closure. in oak
? >> bobbie thomas, all kinds of fashion information we definitely need. 2@ >>> we are back with more halloween trivia winesday wednesday. how could today's topic be anything other than holiday related. klg is across the street at the nbc experience store, ready to hand out 100 bucks to those who get the questions right. and to those who don't, guess what they get, kathie lee's wonderful cd. here to help me out in the studio is billboard's editorial director, bill werty. you ready? >> i'm so ready. you look pumped. across the street to kath. >> look who is here, all the way from manchester, prince harry. this young man is celebrating his 21st birthday tomorrow. so welcome, welcome to america what movie is this line from? "red rum, red rum, red rum," nightmare on elm street, friday the 13th, the shining or psycho? >> b. >> did he say b? you're wrong, maty. >> here you go. you get the wonderful kathie lee cd. >> he'll love that. >> the correct answer is "the shining." >> it is funny about this movie. it's aged well like a fine wednesday wine, but when it first came out it was not that w
, they included bobby jindal who was best known for totally blowing the republican response to the 2009 state of the union. >> good evening and happy mardi gras. i'm bobby jindal, governor of la louisiana. >> jindal has been the lead voice in the romney dissing, self-critical ameliorated gop. >> i absolutely reject that notion that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. >> this is completely not helpful. this is not where the republican needs to go. we need to stop being the dumb party. we need to offer smart, conservative, intelligent ideas and policies. that's how we win elections. we don't win elections insulting voters. >> a word to the wise or the wise-ish, throwing mitt romney off the deep end is the easy part. fixing the deeper problems may take some actual work. karen finney, now, grant eed mi romney's comments were objectively speaking pretty stupid. >> yeah. >> very telling it's this week that bobby jindal is saying we need to stop being the dumb party. as if there wasn't a lion's share of support for mitt romney up until this point. >> there wasn't dumb party stuff going on
kid's knee bobby brown. >> boo. >> it took him 25 years. >> cobr cobra kai dojo will go . >> i precooked this -- it will be easier to break. >> switch the board. do you have a problem with that? essenti sensei i can beat this guy. >> i don't want you to beat him. i want him out of commission. >> just switch the board. >> the cobra kai used a precut board. >> if josh can break his board he will be champion. >> this is yours to lose. >> you idiot. >> hold on. now i got you. >> no. it's my head that hurts. >> i'm not going to be able to do anything about that. you get two tries. good luck. >> whoo! >> already got a champion student. you're all right josh. >> thanks bobby. >> all right. >> never d live or die creed. >> live. >> it's only a board breaking tournament. >> if you're going to honk my nose just do it. >> do you think next season will have a big enough budget to go to okinaw >> he's recording. he tells you to dance. >> no. >> me fight. >> oh. >> oh. he's got it. >> all right. when you're done, tell me. >> all right. i've got it. >> your turn. kill him. >> ooo. always bet
this with elvescan on sunday night. last couple of years we had the general manager of the yankee with us . bobby valentine espn analyst and the three of us going down the wall. it is a chilly morning here and after you stand outside in a chilly morning on top of ing you foot building it gets cold. >> bobby valentine joins you and brian cash man. >> it is. >> they are arch rivals. >> you need to get your question. >> that is news in sports. >> rick, i sent pepto bis malto use. i am not sure it made it to you before. >> you should have sent it to my home last night. i am sure i will need it by the time i get to work later. >> steve: you are a trooper and it is fun and will unfold in the next three hours on "fox and friends". >> brian: the building looks taller. >> gretchen: you know the sad thing. we hope that there is a little bit of treachery. >> brian: a little bit>> gretchen: that is a scary part. >> brian: breaking in a rocky with bobby valentine. in real life the fiscal cliff is getting closer and no progress is made and we are hearing the administration released a budget that includes a tri
. and as for hispanic voters, romney said free health care was a big plus. incoming chairman, louisiana governor bobby jindal, he slammed romney's comments. >> i absolutely reject that motion. that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. that is not -- i don't think that represents where we are as a party, and where we're going as a party. >> later, jindal said this to reporters. we've got to stop dividing the american voters. we need to go after 100% of the votes, not 53%. romney's supporter alfonzo algolar just on the program yesterday. saying he lost the election by making comments like that latinos. apparently governor romney doesn't understand why he lost. it was an odd thing for the way romney worded that. perhaps he didn't know people would be listening in on that. it does come across as bitter. and it's oddly laughable blaming voters for the president claiming the president delivered for them, as opposed to what mitt romney was saying. an odd decision. watch the 2016ers, by the way, like bobby jindal, watch them pile on romney. this is a softball for them, as they try to distinguish them
what does the party do next? we were talking about it, paul. i want to play something that bobby jindal, the governor of louisiana, someone who has been very prominent since the election had to say not just about the republican party but about their senate candidates. let's listen. >> we don't need a demonizer or to be saying stupid things. we had candidates in indiana and missouri had a said offensive things that not only hurt themselves and lost us two senate seats but hurt the republican party. >> okay. so he's talking about todd akin in missouri. richard mourdock who made rape comments that they should not have made. you are down there every day with senate republicans. despite the fact that they lost seats and everyone thought they would pick up seats, john cornyn was chairman of the campaign committee, moved up. why? >> when it comes to choosing those spots, those positions, those leaders, it is about i have known you for 10 or 12 years. and a certain bond and trust that happens there. that you just cannot replace and mitch mcconnell does that better than anyone inside the senate.
governor bobby jindal, incoming chair of the governor's association says, quote, i think that's wrong. we have to stop dividing the american voters. we need to go after 100% of the votes, not 53%. and we need to continue to show how our policies helped every voter out there achieve the american dream. which is to be in the middle class. let's bring in our strategy panel, american spectator, contributor, editor j.p.freher. let's start with you, jp. the romney campaign saying he was e will be rating on what he said about the campaign's eftd to target key demographics. most specifically women. are free gifts what sealed the deal for president obama? >> well, i don't think this explains what happens in new hampshire. if you look at the turnout in ohio, for instance, romney had fewer votes than mccain. so it doesn't actually explain all that much regarding his loss. i think that romney is just sort of falling back on some bad advice, which he had been receiving through the campaign. it's a real shame. it also positions the party very poof poorly. i think what governor jindal said is very corre
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're going to go to some of your questions. the first one is from georgia. what happened to bobby? was he prosecuted for the drive- by shooting? >> when i tell the story, i had asked this. before i answer the question, i want to thank all of the panelists. that was not meant to be hostile so much as to say, we all need to listen to one another. what he said about what happens when the camera is turned off, that is the most important work you're going to do. what happened to bobby? it is an interesting story. needless to say, i intervened and i was young and what i did not know intellectually, i made up for in energy. i intervened on the basis that he was a child that had been subjected to incredible abuse. he was very much a kid and the child welfare system. it happens too many violent youth. i intervened, and he was never prosecuted. he was 14 years old, he was put into what would be thought of now has a psychiatric facility. it was a child psychiatric facility. he underwent all kinds of treatment, training, came out, went back to school. it really went through recovery. and then graduat
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delays, too. nothing like a storm to slow down the commute. bobby edwards felt lucky to make it to emeryville. where did you come from? >> it was terrible. traffic was terrible. >> reporter: how long did it take you? >> almost an hour to get here this morning. >> reporter: how long would that normally take? >> not even 25 or 30 minutes. >> reporter: and he hasn't made it to the bay bridge yet where high winds added to the delay. he says this is the busy season. >> we have a lot more calls. it's almost double the volume and most of it is all freeway and off-ramp situations. >> reporter: we tried to ask him more questions, but -- >> i don't know if i got one. >> reporter: back on the road. and san francisco international airport, well, the picture wasn't much better. >> we've seen about 16 cancellations thus far today. primarily on short-haul flights. this will help mitigate some of the delays we experience today. >> reporter: the biggest impacts was on the west coast for arrivals and departures. this woman was delayed ten hours to las vegas where she really doesn't get to fuss
afectaron a miles de conductores.. cg bobby edwards - conductor "it took me almost an hour to get here this morning". bobby edwards dice que se tard ms de una hora en llegar a emeryville cuando normalmente le toma tan solo 25 minutos.. sin embargo, algunos ni siquiera lograron llegar a su destino.. cg steve simonsen - chofer de gra "it's a lot more calls, it'a almost double the volume" el chofer de esta grua dice que hoy recibio casi el doble de llamadas de conductores varados en las autopistas donde la patrulla de caminos desplaz a mas agentes para detener a personas que manejen a exceso de velocidad. cg bryce danenhauer - agente de la patrulla de caminos "there could be a tree across the road, there could be an accident". bryce danenhauer dice que en algunas curvas sobre todo en las montaÑas de santa cruz, los conductores podran ser sorprendidos por un arbol cado o un accidente y por eso les piden tener mas precaucion. el mal clima tambien afect a los que viajan por avion.. cg doug yakell - vocero, aeropuerto de s.f. "we've seen about 60 cancellations thus far today" este vocero dic
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